GLENROE HARVEST FESTIVAL WEEKEND
Glenroe are delighted to announce our Harvest festival weekend which will commence this year on the 17th, 18th and 19th of September! The activities planned include a 5k/10k with a warm up from 4:30pm with Frewen Fitness, registration from 4pm and race starting at 5pm! On the 18th of September we will have our funday that includes A tractor and a vintage car run, Underage Matches, Dog Show, Sports Games and much more on the day! The 19th of September will conclude out festival weekend with Bingo from 8pm! See the attached flier to see the timeline for the events! Keep an eye out on our socials for more details! All proceeds go Glenroe GAA astroturf development! We look forward to seeing you there!
Glenroe GAA Club Lotto Draw Results on 08/09/2022 Jackpot €6,800
Numbers drawn: 11, 20, 22 & 25
No Jackpot Winner.
Lucky Dip Winners & Promoters.
€30 – Marie Foote.
€30 – Marian Lee.
€30 – Tom Tobin.
€20 – Ollie Coffey.
€20 – Ned Sheehy.
€20 – Lydia Hartnett.
Next draw on Thursday September 22nd 2022 Jackpot €7,000
Glenroe GAA Club gear in now available on the O’ Neills website. You can log onto www.oneills.com
FIELD DEVELOPMENT PLANS
Glenroe GAA Development Project
New AstroTurf for Glenroe GAA
We have received an amazing €143,000 from Sports Capital and a further €70,000 from Tomar Trust to get our Project underway. We must now commence a massive fundraising campaign to raise in excess of €100,000. A number of events will be organised in 2022/2023 to ensure we reach our target. To commence our fundraising activities We are asking you to consider sponsoring a square of AstroTurf at a cost of €250. This square of AstroTurf can be sponsored by an individual or a family. We also ask that if you do wish to support our campaign that you do so through the Tax Relief Scheme. All what this will imply for you is the filling out of a form but the financial gains for our development project will be huge. Should you require any further information or have any questions and/or queries do not hesitate to contact a member of our Fundraising Committee (contact details attached). Forms for Tax Relief Scheme available from the club or any member of the fundraising committee. These forms were also distributed at our Launch Night in the Firgrove on Saturday last April 30th. You can also donate online through Swoofee on the Glenroe Social Media Pages.
Glenroe are beaten for the first time in Kilfinane
Glenroes unbeaten start to the season has came to end this Sunday in Kilfinane against Effin. The game started at frantic pace with Effin starting fast only to be pegged back by a Patrick McSweeney goal. Glenroe were ahead halfway through the halfway point of the second half due to some accurate free taking from Mark O’Connell, Eoin Walsh and David McCarthy. Glenroe kept the pressure on and got a second goal through Eoin Walsh to put them five points up but Effin stuck back again and cut the deficit down to 1 point at the break. Half time score Glenroe 2-09 Effin 0-14. Glenroe started the second half well with two quick points from Ciaran Kelly and Mark O’Connell free. One of the games pivotal moments came when Effin’s corner back received a red card. This opened up an opportunity for Glenroe to push on but Effin remained resilient and actually gained momentum after the red card. Glenroe were struggling and Effin kept on pushing on and took the lead. Glenroe struggled to get clean possession of the ball towards the end of the game and Effin pushed on to finish out the game with a goal in the last minute to seal the win. Final score Glenroe 2-15 Effin 1-25. Hard luck to Glenroe who fall short on the day. They will look to bounce back the next day against Bruff on Saturday the 17th of September.
Team: David McCarthy (0-1, 1 free), Eoin Gallahue, Sean Clancy, Patrick Holian, Shaun Moloney, Steven Walsh, Mark O’Connell (0-3, 3 free), Ciaran Kelly (0-2), Liam Dennehy (0-3), Zach McCarthy (0-1), Darren McCarthy, Shane O’Donoghue (0-1), Eoin O’Mahony (0-1) , Patrick McSweeney (1-0), Eoin Walsh (1-2, 0-2 frees)
Subs: Jordan Sheehy for Shaun Moloney, Donal Kelly for Zach McCarthy, Mossie O’Brien for Darren McCarthy, Diarmuid McCarthy for Shane O’ Donoghue.
Next fixture: Glenroe will take on Bruff in Kilfinane at 2pm on Saturday the 17th of September
Glenroe Junior B’s finish top of the group after win against Knockainey
Glenroe Junior B’s finish top of the pile after a good win against Knockainey on 7th of September in Knockainey. This game was a low scoring affair that was well contested Glenroe took the lead early and kept the lead for the whole lot of the first half with some accurate free taking from Bob Frewen and a few scores from Killian Meade and Padraig McGrath. Half time scores Glenroe 0-5 Knockainey 0-3. Glenroe continued consistent scoring the second half with Bob Frewen putting in an excellent performance on the frees. The defence stood strong throughout the game also with excellent performances from Keelan Riordan and Conor Fenton. Conor capped his fine performance with a solo point of fine quality. Glenroe ran out eventual winners comfortably. Final score Glenroe 0-10 Knockainey 0-5. Well done to the players and management as they top the group and go into a South Championship Semi-Final yet to be fixed.
Team: Alan McSweeney, Keelan Riordan, Tommy O’Donnell, Danny Hayes, Padraig Gallahue, Kieran Tobin, Conor Fenton (0-1), Johnny Tallon, Dave Lane, Bob Frewen (0-7, all from frees), Padraig McGrath (0-1), Daniel Hennessy, Killian Meade (0-1), Sean McGrath, Patrick Shanahan.
Subs: Ian O’Sullivan for Daniel Hennessy, Dylan McSweeney for Killian Meade